A cornerstone of Pharma Nord's philosophy is that all products must provide optimal bio-availability and physiological effect. This is only possible by making sure that both the raw materials selected and the production methods employed are adjusted to the manufacturing of superior quality. The result of this strategy is a range of products that has distinguished itself as a market leader in independent consumer tests and scientific studies.
For instance, a comprehensive British study of 18 different ginkgo biloba supplements found that Pharma Nord's product, Bio-Biloba, was superior to the other products in the test. Pharma Nord's patented organic selenium yeast, SelenoPrecise®, has a documented bio-availability of 89% - so far the highest ever measured. Pharma Nord's Q10 product is an international reference product for the International Coenzyme Q10 Association, and Pharma Nord's Bio-Marin products are PureMax certified, indicating that they meet the strict purity demands associated with this purification technology.
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Pharma Nord's products are divided in the following categories:
A side-effect is an unwanted effect of a drug. Herbal medicines and food supplements can also have side-effects.
If you experience symptoms you did not expect, or symptoms that are not named in the patient information leaflet or other information for Pharma Nord products, you should contact your doctor. Important:
If you consider that a side-effect may be serious you are recommended to immediately contact your doctor or the emergency services. Your doctor can judge if a side-effect requires your treatment to be changed, or recommend that you stop using a product. Your doctor can report side-effects, and relevant information from your medical journal that can help in their assessment, to the national medicines agencies. It is also possible to report side-effects via a pharmacy, or directly to the national medicines agency by following the
, but we recommend that reports are made to your doctor. If you have any questions regarding reporting of side-effects, including reporting side-effects for food supplements and skin-care products, you are welcome to .